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  • RECOUNTING 2014: THE IMPACT OF THE EBOLA OUTBREAK ON THE GENDER JUSTICE NEEDS OF SIERRA LEONE

    The decade long civil war in Sierra Leone saw many juveniles as victims and also perpetrators of serious atrocities. Violence became widespread and systemic again...

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  • N.A. COURT CHAIRMAN IN BO CITY EVADES COURT RULES FOR EXTORTION

    It is a general rule in all court cases—civil and criminal—that no external or outside charge should be pitched into the proceedings of a specific offence(s) ...

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  • Contributing to the Fight against Ebola: U.S. Embassy’s Funding Supports Quarantined Households in Sierra Leone

    Nearly five months after the virulent Ebola outbreak, the Sierra Leone Government and its international partners have embarked on a number of activities aimed at ...

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  • Ignoring Human Rights and Accountability: Too Costly for Sierra Leone’s Anti-Ebola Strategy

    Five months after the Sierra Leone Government confirmed the first case of the Ebola Virus Disease in the country, the virulent infection is showing no signs of le...

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  • Funding for Legal Aid Board at Last: A Glorious Step Forward in the Implementation of the Legal Aid Act

    As Sierra Leone battles against what seems to be the most dreaded enemy in the country’s recent history—the deadly Ebola Virus Disease—it is important that ...

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  • The Trial of 14 Military Personnel for Alleged Mutiny: Updates of the Ongoing Proceedings

    Brief Case History It could be recalled that sometime in August 2013 the Sierra Leone Police arrested 18 personnel of the Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces (R...

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  • A Light of Hope? CDIID Opens Up On Its Internal Police Discipline

    The Austrian philosopher, Wittgenstein, once said ‘light dawns gradually over the whole’. In other words, time reveals some things that were initially difficu...

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  • Grassroots, African community solutions to health crises.

    Grassroots, African community solutions to health crises. DERSWA: Africans, leading their communities to solve the current Ebola Epidemic and build the capacity t...

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